Global tripling of relief cases
The number of reported red cases in the world is growing sharply. Now the World Health Organization is warning of declining vaccination rates, a development that is partly prompted by "misinformation" about alleged adverse effects.
False information about the risks of vaccination is one of the reasons why the number of reported cheating cases is increasing, according to WHO. Image is a US protest in February of a mandatory vaccine bill.
In the first seven months of 2019, 364,808 cases of cheating were reported around the world, according to figures from the World Health Organization (WHO). This is almost three times the 129,239 cases documented over the same period last year and the highest number of cases since 2006.